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Hawaii’s champion

June 24, 2014 Some of us have been rooting for Michelle Wie for over a decade. Her victory Sunday in the U.S. Women’s Open was a win for the ages. more »»

Big Brother gets bigger?

June 23, 2014 Senators expressed concern last Wednesday that the Obama administration’s efforts to closely monitor individuals with security clearances may violate the doctrine of separation of powers. more »»

Slack key festival today

June 22, 2014 For the last decade, The Maui News has been proud to sponsor the Ki Ho‘alu Guitar Festival at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. more »»

Important date for civil rights

June 21, 2014 June 21 is an important date in the history of the United States civil rights movement. more »»

A tone-deaf decision

June 20, 2014 At the risk of sounding like a broken record, it seems that public boards and commissions are tone deaf when it comes to pay raises for leaders. more »»

Practical way to cut debt

June 19, 2014 The whole world is concerned about student loan debt. more »»

A final solution

June 18, 2014 A long, l-o-o-n-g time ago, a certain social science student was informed by an adviser that one year — two semesters — of a physical science was required to obtain a college degree. more »»

Cautionary tale for ballplayers

June 17, 2014 We read an interesting story on CNN’s website that detailed a very real threat for baseball players. more »»

Watergate’s 42nd anniversary

June 16, 2014 Tuesday marks an infamous date in American history. more »»

The lucky guy’s day

June 15, 2014 Fathers are the luckiest people on Earth. Thanks to the beautiful women in our lives, we get to help create little creatures who love us unconditionally. more »»

Today is Flag Day

June 14, 2014 There will be a lot of red, white and blue on display today as Maui residents show off their patriotism on Flag Day. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14 of that year as Flag Day. more »»

The new way of warfare

June 13, 2014 If there is one lesson to be learned from the wars of the last decade (and even going back to Vietnam), it is one simple, blood-fueled truth: The United States has to stop fighting battles using the... more »»

Murders that changed us

June 12, 2014 Today is the 20th anniversary of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. A football star turned actor, O.J. Simpson, was charged with the brutal murder of his ex-wife. more »»

First king ended war

June 11, 2014 Today’s holiday honors King Kamehameha I, who united the islands into one kingdom and ruled benevolently by modifying the old ways to fit new conditions brought about by increased foreign influence. more »»

Genetically modified crops could help improve the lives of millions

June 10, 2014 By Editorial Board, The Washington Post Published: June 1, 2014 GENETICALLY MODIFIED crops have increased the productivity and improved the lives of farmers — and the people who depend on them — all... more »»

Measuring prosperity

June 9, 2014 We recently read a news story citing Census Bureau numbers that revealed population growth in the United States slowed to just 0.7 percent in 201. more »»

Register to vote

June 8, 2014 We received the little yellow card in the mail the other day reminding us that we are registered to vote and where we should cast those ballots. more »»

When an old friend calls

June 7, 2014 Boy, there is nothing like sitting in the old lounger on a Saturday night watching a baseball game, golf tournament or tennis match and having the phone ring. more »»

Preserving a legacy

June 6, 2014 Today marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day — June 6, 1944. more »»

Ferry is a good idea

June 5, 2014 We have admired former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann for a long time. Tuesday he gave us yet another reason to respect hi. more »»

 
 
 

 

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